Third-Party Harassment

A Nevada engineering company, which the EEOC accused of requiring a pregnant employee to be certified to carry live ammunition and explosives, has — surprise! — just settled this case of pregnancy and disability discrimination for $70,000. 

Continue Reading Was This Company Really Going To Force A Pregnant, Disabled Employee To Carry Live Explosives?

We recently read an Associated Press report about a female prison guard in Iowa who sued prison officials on these grounds, claiming that the movies caused the inmates to become

Continue Reading Can A Female Prison Guard Sue Prison Officials For Sexual Harassment By Inmates Who Were Allowed To Watch Violent and Sexually Explicit Movies?

You might remember our recent blog about the parrot kept by a patient in an expensive long term care facility which repeatedly shouted sexual vulgarities to an offended attending female

Continue Reading “Third-Party Harassment:” Can A City Be Liable Under Title VII For A Citizen’s Harassment of A Police Officer?